This Christmas help us keep their wishes alive

Christmas is here and, in keeping with the season, I want to share a story packed with hope and good news. And I hope you’ll make more stories like this come true. Elosy is 15 years old. She lives with her mother and younger sister in a small village near Elsa’s Kopje neighboring the Meru […]

Smiling children at Plaster House

What do we do that gives our children something to smile about?

Our work at Land & Life Foundation always aims to give help to the people and places that need it most. Arusha Plaster House is one of the best examples where we’ve made a real, positive change for the children of our local communities. Working with Elewana’s Arusha Coffee Lodge, we’ve been supporting this home […]

World aids day

Help your communities this World AIDS Day

On this World AIDS Day people around the globe are coming together to join the fight against HIV, showing their support for people living with HIV, and commemorating those who they have lost. At Land & Life Foundation, we’re very proud of the work we do to support people with HIV and their communities. We […]

Meet Fredy

Let’s stand by Fredy

Meet Fredy, he’s one of our Wildlife Warriors and a star pupil who just completed his first year at secondary school. He’s very smart, ranking top of his class, enjoys all his lessons (his favourite subjects are Biology and Physics) and like many boys his age, loves football and athletics. More than anything, Freddy loves […]

Doctor attending to a patient during the 5th Medical Camp

885 lives changed for the better at Aitong Medical Camp

We’ve just finished holding our 5th Aitong Medical Camp and we are pleased to report it was our biggest success yet. It’s fantastic to see the impact that these camps have on the local community and I want to extend a huge thank you to everyone involved. The camp, which ran from November 1st – […]

Bringing the wildlife to the classroom for the warriors

Bringing the wildlife to the Warriors

The theme for this year’s World Day for Audiovisual Heritage is “it’s your story – don’t lose it”. We’ve found the perfect way to promote the day as part of our Wildlife Warrior Program. In partnership with local schools, the Wildlife Warrior Program gives community leaders of tomorrow, the skills and experience to work in […]

Meet Eunice

Meet Eunice

Today we would like to share with you some heartwarming news. 31 year old Eunice Kapeen is a devoted mother of six and dedicated community health volunteer. Without the Aitong Medical Camp, Eunice wouldn’t have been able to get back to health and continue these vital roles. For two months, Eunice was suffering from recurrent […]

We are hiring

We are hiring

Land & Life Foundation is looking for a motivated, organised, self-driven individual to lead the team in Nairobi in  running projects, communications and finances, travel to project sites when necessary and present reports to Trustees and donors quarterly. To find out more about this position, please click here to see the terms of reference.


5th Aitong Medical Camp

Dear Friends and Supporters, Right now, there are thousands of people in some of the remotest areas of Kenya who are in desperate need of medical care and attention that they simply cannot get access to. From newborn babies and children to pregnant women and seniors, rural communities in the Maasai Mara are at real […]

Sharon sitting the scholarship exam in 2015

Wildlife Warrior Scholarship Program 2016

Today we would like to share the insights of the Wildlife Warrior Scholarship Program. Every year we select the top performing Wildlife Warriors from each of our supported schools to join the scholarship program. This year, we have already started the process of selecting the scholars for the year 2016/2017. We have distributed 90 scholarship […]

Uhuru Torch at Randalien Gate

Celebrating a historic visit by special visitor

Recently, we’ve been honoured to receive a very special visitor to celebrate the official opening of a new gate at the Randilen Wildlife Management Area (WMA), a conservation sector near our Tarangire Treetops Camp. The Uhuru Torch is a Tanzanian national symbol of love, peace, solidarity and development and we were lucky enough to be […]

2015 & 2016 Scholars during the 2016 Scholars' retreat

Wildlife Warrior Scholar’s Retreat 2016

Today we would like to share some wonderful insights of our Wildlife Warrior Scholars’ Retreat, held in August thanks to your generous donations. Held at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, the 3-day event brought together 19 Wildlife Warrior Scholars for guided game drives, drama and conservation education classes, providing an exciting opportunity for the scholars to broaden […]

Bringing smiles to children

Bringing smiles to children’s faces in Arusha!

Land & Life Foundation, through Arusha Coffee Lodge, supports Plaster House – a home in Arusha that enables children from all over Tanzania to recover after they’ve had corrective orthopaedic, plastic or neurosurgery for a disability. We provide the home with supplies, such as bedding, and contributed to the construction of the beautifully designed building. […]


How you can nurture Kenya’s young conservationists

Kenya’s young conservationists never cease to inspire us and our supporters around the world. Every single one of our Wildlife Warrior Scholars was born and raised in a remote area surrounded by wildlife. Each one is the son or daughter of a long lineage of respected herdsmen. Theirs is the first generation with the opportunity […]

YPO Group at Embiti Primary School
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Another Milestone for the Land & Life Foundation

Recently, we held our first Wildlife Warrior Program Poster Competition at Embiti Primary School near Sand River Mara (SRM). The children drew amazing posters based on this term’s theme ‘The Importance of Forests’. A group from the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) based in Thailand and who were staying at SRM also joined us at the […]